Falcon State Park

Nature

Gently rolling hills are covered by mesquite, huisache, wild olive, ebony, cactus and native grasses. Falcon Lake is a fishing paradise, especially for those seeking black and white bass, catfish and stripers. The area is very popular with bird watchers, as well; the park's varied and interesting bird life consists of both common resident birds, which range throughout the American Southwest, and many of the tropical species for which this is the northwestern-most outpost. Also, there are uncommon varieties such as the small green kingfisher and the varied bunting.


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